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Taliban pledge no interference with quake aid, but many await relief

Afghanistan's Taliban rulers pledged on Saturday they would not interfere with international efforts to distribute aid to tens of thousands of people affected by this week's deadly earthquake. Aid organisations have complained in the past that Taliban authorities have tried to divert aid to areas and people that supported their hardline insurgency -- or even seized goods to distribute themselves and claim the credit.
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Taliban say they will not interfere with Afghanistan earthquake aid

Afghanistan’s Taliban rulers have pledged not to interfere with international efforts to distribute aid to tens of thousands of people affected by this week’s deadly earthquake. Even before Wednesday’s quake the country was in the grip of a humanitarian crisis, with aid flows and financial assistance severely curtailed...
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Small church in Bridgeport makes big impact in Ukraine

BRIDGEPORT — When Russia invaded Ukraine in late February, it was a gut punch to the world. For all the preventative checks and balances believed to be in place — from the United Nations to NATO — it still proved that a rogue force, one like Russian president Vladimir Putin, can become a force of nature taking what he wants when he wants from other sovereign countries.
BRIDGEPORT, PA
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